While it’s been about a week later than its previously speculated date of arrival, Google Voice finally here on Sprint. It’s been announced on the official Google blog, that Google Voice and Sprint integration is now live. Google Voice users on Sprint can use their Sprint number as their Google Voice number – no need to deal with the hassle of changing numbers i.e. updating your contacts and letting people know which number to call – you can let all your phones ring with just one call to your Sprint phone number.
If consumers are unhappy about their current Sprint number, they also have the choice to replace their Sprint number with their Google Voice number. Regardless whether users change their numbers or not, Sprint voicemail and international calls made from Sprint phones will be connected by Google Voice.
Other features of Google Voice include voicemail-to-text for increased usefulness and easy archiving of voice messages (imagine being able to search your voice messages or lift details without having to listen to the whole message again). Head over to the Google Voice website for more details.
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